Collaborations, networks and partners

Located in Narrm, the Melbourne Poche Centre sits within the Melbourne medical precinct, at The University of Melbourne

Positioned within the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences (MDHS), our Indigenous Graduate Research students are enrolled in the MDHS schools.

We also work across the university with institutes, hubs and centres, including

Melbourne Medical Precinct

We can support scholarship partnerships with the Melbourne Medical Precinct and beyond. Some of our active scholarship partners include

To find out more about the value graduate researchers can bring through scholarship programs, contact us.

Poche Network and national collaborations

We’re part of the Poche Indigenous Health Network and collaborate with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations at national levels.

List of national engagement organisations, beginning with Dungala Kaiela Institute (Shepparton), Yothu Yindi Foundation (Northern Territory), Miwatj Health (Nhulunbuy), Lowitja Institute (Melbourne), Institute For Urban Indigenous Health (Brisbane), Australian Institute Of Health And Welfare (Canberra), Poche Network including the University Of Western Australia, Flinders University, University Of Sydney and the University Of Queensland, and lastly the Sydney Oral Health Partnership with Melbourne Dental School Students. This list is beside a map of Australia, with each organisation marked.

International connections

We also belong to a network of international centres, departments and institutes involved in Indigenous health research and student capacity development.

In particular, we have close ties with the University of Auckland and the University of Toronto, creating opportunities for Poche scholars to collaborate on health research with an international focus.

Contact us to collaborate